User:BronzeManul

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Making 90% of the minor edits on the wiki and 1% of the regular ones.
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Benjamin
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Nottingham,
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Studying Chemistry at The University of Nottingham.
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I am Benjamin. I make minor edits, amongst other things.
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posted 45 days ago
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Hi,

I was wondering if my changes on the 4-HO-DPT SubstanceBox element could be approved (since I'm a new user).

https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Template:SubstanceBox/4-HO-DPT

Thanks

posted 692 days ago
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thank you! Yes I've tried both, especially 3-FEA and to a lesser extent 2-FEA.

I'm really not 100% sure of 2-FEA's effects completely tho, combined with internet research gives me a lot of conflicting results.. It has some qualities of both 3-fea and 2-fma, which are both very different amphetamines

I'll probably make one one 3-fea, but will rather do a description instead on a "trip" report

posted 958 days ago
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Sorry for my messups on a-PPP wiyth images and edits. I'm new to this but I'll try and be more careful. :( In fact I'll do some reading on guidelines/rules to start with. :)

posted 959 days ago
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I had to refresh the page per your instructions, then refresh the page in my browser. After that the correct image appeared. Thanks!

posted 959 days ago
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Re: Tianeptine structure. Here's a screenshot I just took. Note no Chlorine atom. https://imgur.com/a/ac41D

posted 997 days ago
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so how close does this come to meeting tutorial standards

https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Talk:Making_Lean
posted 997 days ago
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yay

if it wasn't obvious, i'm working on a promethazine article and lean tutorialllllllllllllllllllll
posted 997 days ago
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daddy can you please make a promethazine image :(

posted 1003 days ago
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Are we in the process of a molecular structure standard overhaul?

I think the old style looks much better; this looks oddly tacky to me.